Earn 1 AIA Learning Unit when you join us for this free 1 hour AIA CES Approved course on Bluebeam Revu.
Want to work beyond your desktop? Curious about how to do PDF creation, markup, editing and collaboration for a paperless workflow? Join us to learn how you can reduce your paper usage by more than 85% and cut your paper-related costs in the process. Learning Objective 1: Learn how Bluebeam Revu allows architects, engineers and construction professionals to adapt digital workflows that span the entire project lifecycle, from site surveys and field reports to design review and punch.
Learning Objective 2: Discover how you can edit and markup PDFs on the go, and collaborate in real time from anywhere by using Revu on a tablet PC or iPad.
Learning Objective 3: Explore how PDF editing tools let you edit text, apply headers and footers, assemble files, and add, delete or rotate pages while PDF markup tools let you redline 2D and 3D PDFs with customizable markups tools such as text, notes, highlighter, lines, clouds, callouts, stamps and more.
Learning Objective 4: Learn how PDF measurement tools lets you take measurements, count from PDFs and perform area cutouts electronically. You can also add formulas to the built-in worksheet using the Formula Editor to calculate costs in Revu.
Who is Presenting the Webinar
Steve Jones is an Application Specialist for Bluebeam Software, supporting their global network of channel partners. Every day, he works with customers across multiple industries to provide best practices for migrating from traditional paper workflows to digital processes using Revu. Prior to working at Bluebeam, Steve worked for an information technology systems integrator, and continues to work passionately in helping customers to leverage the power of cutting edge technology.
Who Should Attend
Anyone that is looking to move away from costly, inefficient paper processes and advance to streamlined digital workflows. The best practices provided in this webinar can be applied to architecture, engineering, construction, or general office use.